Announcing the starting employment outcomes for the class of Spring 2017

This infographic report summarizes the results of over 19,600 direct responses from graduates of the Spring class of 2017 who participated in The Outcomes Survey to report their post-graduation activities. At graduation, 39.8% of those respondents who received baccalaureate degrees reported having attained full-time employment as their primary occupational status. An additional 10.6% of respondents reported having attained part-time employment, and another 16.5% had gained admission into an educational program. Taken together, these positive outcomes account for 66.9% of what baccalaureate respondents reported as their primary occupation at graduation. This indicates a high starting point of positive outcomes for the Spring class of 2017, which we expect to increase over the next year. Conversely, 22% of respondents indicated they were unemployed and seeking employment at graduation, which will likely decrease over time.…

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